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- Tags: Marietta Street School
Tags: 1977, 4-year scholarship, A.H. Mills, A.M.E. Church, African Methodist Church, Betty Turnell, brother, C.L. Livingston, childhood, College Street Chapel, Decatur High School, Decatur IL, discrimination, Dr. Ellis, Edward Jacobs, family life, First Methodist Church, First Presbyterian Church, housing discrimination, Howard Shaw, Howard University, Huron Place, injunction, interview, James Millikin University, job discrimination, John Reagan, Lake Decatur, Lincoln School, March 1977, Marie G. Baker, Marietta Street School, Mary White Ollington, Mrs. Buster, Mrs. Eugenia Bacon, Murfield Storey, N. Union St., NAACP, National Civil Rights Law, national meetings, Niagara movement, oral history, Pennsylvania line, Physician's and Surgeon's College, Pugh School, race discrimination, Railway Postal Service, recording, Rev. E.M. Antrim, San Tucker, Singleton's Restaurant, Springfield Race Riots, swimming beach, swimming pools, truck garden, Warren Hardy, William English Walling
Tags: "Crystal Bird" Club, "Decoration Day", "Frolic", "stock company", 1983, African-American girls club, Al Jolson, Alice Evans, army wives, Art Class, Bachrach store, Barney Fulton, Bijou Theatre, Billy Sunday, block man, Bob Hope, bond sales drives, Camp Kiwanis, Carnegie Library, childhood, Christmas store, colored girls, Corn Carnival, cottages, Crystal Bird, Decatur IL, Decatur Public Library, Florence Love, Frank Curtis, Gastman School, Georgia Leaflet, Governor Oglesby Mansion, Great Depression, Greenwood Cemetery, Howard W. Schaub, interview, Jake Latham, Jane Hamand, Jane Hamilton, Kiwanis Club, Louis Nichol's candy store, March 1983, Marietta Street School, Miss Abel, Mrs. Alice Bering Evans, Mrs. James Millikin, new city dam, O.W. Smith, oral history, Powers Grand Opera House, Powers Grand Theatre, president, recording, Red Cross, renovated YWCA building, Roy Christy, Sam Malleous, social work, Study Class, vice-president, World War II, WWII, YWCA
This is a postcard of the M.L. Harry Memorial Fountain. The photo was taken by Seitz Studio.